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Nonprofit Management Certificates

Successful organizations value the commitment of people who share their time, energy and expertise. Providing an effective and supportive environment for your volunteers will motivate continued participation. This training is designed to be relevant for coordinators with established programs as well as those in the process of creating new ones. Students will be introduced to best practices for volunteer management recruitment and motivation. Explore ways to enhance the capacity of your organization to recruit and maintain volunteers.

Non‐Profit Management - Upcoming Classes

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Events for nonprofits can raise money, cultivate new donors, and build awareness. For some groups, events are nightmares in which money is lost, staff is stressed or donors are disappointed. This interactive workshop will provide valuable strategies and tools to design successful event experiences with positive outcomes. Students will learn valuable new techniques and how to: select appropriate events, identify internal and external resources, form realistic budgets, develop goals and strategic plans, design tasks, create measurable outcomes, build donor relationships, engage external partners and avoid mistakes and pitfalls. Students will have the opportunity to create or review event plans during class. Materials and resources will be provided.

Note: Tuition Remission eligible

Section SPA‐PD

20702
$195
1/26/2019 - 2/16/2019
Sat 10:00 AM ‐ 12:00 PM
Ellen Welker
CE South Building

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Advertising can help people access your services, participate in your programs and events, support your cause and engage potential donors and volunteers. The class is designed to enhance your current plans and help nonprofits successfully advertise by designing a practical budget, developing realistic goals and creating an effective plan. This interactive workshop will include new strategies on how to prepare an annual advertising campaign and budget, create measurable outcomes, integrate traditional and non‐traditional opportunities and utilize best practices. Students will explore how to determine target markets, create effective messaging including content‐marketing, develop a checklist on how to design an ad, pursue alternative methods of advertising including cause‐marketing, B2B, and learn how to purchase appropriate materials like business cards, brochures, rack cards, fliers, posters, e‐mail, e‐newsletters, outdoor, banners and digital ads. Materials and resources will be provided.

Note: UNM Tuition Remission eligible under Professional Development.

Section SPA‐PD

20703
$95
2/23/2019
Sat 9:00 AM ‐ 12:00 PM
Ellen Welker
CE South Building

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Building relationships with local media and community groups is like partnering with donors. Each is important to your organization and will take time to nurture and steward. During this class, students will review how to create a media press kit, contact media, write a press release, set up a press conference, and learn the unique submission requirements and guidelines for traditional and digital media to obtain advertising, news coverage and public service support. Students will learn how to create relationships with local business and community groups and engage other nonprofits and local groups in collaboration with grant‐writing, fundraising, tabling, events and volunteering. Materials and resources will be provided.

Note: UNM Tuition Remission eligible under Professional Development.

Section SPA‐PD

20704
$95
3/2/2019
Sat 9:00 AM ‐ 12:00 PM
Ellen Welker
CE South Building

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Publicity and promotion are not the same as advertising yet are part of a nonprofit's marketing strategic plan. Publicity is free or low‐cost and promotions can drive new supporters and volunteers to your doorstep. During this interactive workshop, students will be introduced to twenty‐five new publicity projects, their benefits and how to implement each. Additionally, students will explore how to design a speakers' bureau, distribute and track print collateral, submit features and guest columns, utilize window or business displays, coordinate tours, create open house events and host brown bag lunches. Materials and resources will be provided.

Note: UNM Tuition Remission eligible under Professional Development.

Section SPA‐PD

20705
$90
3/9/2019
Sat 10:00 AM ‐ 12:00 PM
Ellen Welker
CE South Building

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